To stay in prime condition, it's a good idea to switch up runs with sports like cycling and swimming.
Practicing strokes other than freestyle will improve your confidence, buoyancy and efficiency in the water.
If you're looking to improve your time by minutes with very little effort, transitioning is where you will get the most bang for your buck.
"Going anaerobic" can be a challenge for cyclists, but learning how to push yourself into oxygen debt will significantly improve time trial performance.
Cringe at the thought of running on hills? These conditioning workouts provide the strength needed to reach the top of your running game.
Cyclists may be able to more accurately qauge workout level using perceived exertion rather than heart rate monitoring.
Tire-pulling is a novel way for hard-core runners to improve endurance, but be prepared to attract attention.
Fine tune your front crawl by correcting these two common technical errors.
If your regular running routine has become a big bore, it may be time to incorporate some exercises not normally included in a conventional training plan.
A surprising number of cyclists don’t have a concrete understanding of what "periodization" means.
Before your next important race, determine whether your weaknesses may prove to be "limiters."
Incorporate these tips into pool practice before an open water race to help acclimate yourself.